HIGHLIGHTS: Winfield, W.Va.
Origin: Incorporated in 1868. Named after Gen. Winfield Scott, who served as a general in the War of 1812, the Mexican War and the Civil War.
Population: 1,858.Area in square miles: 2.67.
Boundaries: Cane Creek Crossing to the west, Leslie's property to the east, Route 35.
ZIP code: 25213.
Police: Town police department, 586-9200.
Ambulance service: Putnam County Ambulance Service, nonemergency (304) 586-0246.
Emergency services' number: 911.
Fire departments: Winfield Volunteer Fire Department Company #1; nonemergency (304) 586-3555. Company #2: Fraziers Bottom, W.Va., (304) 937-2128.
Trash collection: Cummings Collection Service, (304) 562-9291.
School district: Putnam County Schools, (304) 586-0500.
Annual community events: Putnam County Homecoming in September.
Mayor's office: (304) 586-2122.
Town Hall: 1 Main St., (304) 586-2122.
Town Council meetings: Every second Tuesday of every month.
Town general fund: $758,372.
County Commission meetings: Every Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the Putnam County Courthouse, 3389 Winfield Road, Winfield, second floor, (304) 586-0201
Median age: 38.
Racial breakdown: 99.2 percent white, 0.2 percent African-American, 0.3 percent Native American, 0.2 percent Asian, 0.4 percent Hispanic or Latino.
Per capita income: $23,564.
Median household income: $51,023.
Median home value: $121,000.
Average commute: 27.8 minutes.